ABN Amro reports results from foreign exchange dealing were up 18 per cent last year, from NLG955 million ($471.4 million) to NLG1.17 billion ($622.5 million). A report issued with the figures notes that "continued volatility in the currency markets sent earnings from FX sharply higher, especially in the Asia-Pacific region." The closing rate for December 31, 1998 was NLG1.8795, and NLG 2.026 for December 31, 1997.

 Paribas reports revenues from investment banking and capital markets

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